An overview of Master Program of Art
The idea of this master program from the Art Education department with collaboration from the curriculum and instruction department came to fulfill the leading role of the college in increasing the quality of post graduate programs, and to embody the strategic plan of the university (2016-2040), which aims to increase and diversify the post graduate studies’ programs and to establish a framework for multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary programs. Both departments Art Education and Curriculum and Instruction will supervise the teaching of the program. However, Art Education department is the owner of the program. This project has arisen from the similarities between the two curricula and the target groups. Moreover, the available resources in the two departments guarantee the sustainability and uniqueness of the project’s in both departments. The program has been designed in accordance to the postgraduate regulation at SQU, and with the accreditation requirements of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) regarding the courses quality and the required number of hours. The program also follows the NASAD standards in graduation requirements where the final project may take one of following forms: an exhibit, a thesis, a portfolio, a graduation project or another demonstration of competence related to the graduate program.
The degree titles in the two specialization will be as following:
A- Master of Arts in: Fine Arts
B- Master of Arts in: Teaching Arts
The program will be open in two options:
1. Master by course work (36 credit hours).
2. Master by course work and thesis (24 credit hours+6 hours for thesis).
Master of Art program degree plans:
Description of Master program courses: